Judith Deutsch Kornblatt

Slavic

Emerita

jkornbla@wisc.edu


Language(s): Russian, Hebrew, French, Spanish, German

Research/Language Interests: Russian Religious Thought, Vladimir Solov’ev, The Eastern Orthodox Church, Jews in Russia, Gogol, and 19th and 20th-century Russian Literature.

About: Judith Deutsch Kornblatt came to the Department of Slavic Languages and Literature in 1987 as a Visiting Assistant Professor. Over her almost thirty years at UW-Madison, she served as chair of the Slavic Department 3 times, and spent 10 years serving in the Graduate School as Associate Dean for Arts and Humanities and as Senior Associate of Graduate Education. She retired from the university in 2013.

Affiliated Departments: Center for Jewish Studies, CREECA

Education:
• Ph.D., Columbia University
• M.Phil., Columbia University
• M.A., Columbia University
• B.A., Williams College

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